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Андріївська загальноосвітня школа I-IIІ ступенів


Тематичні контрольні роботи з англійської мови

для 8 класу ( за підручником О .Карп’юк)





Розробила

учитель англійської мови

Грунтенко Тетяна Миколаївна

2010


Посібник пропонує тематичні контрольні роботи з англійської мови для учнів 8 класу за підручником О. Карп’юк. Задання містять усі види мовної та мовленнєвої діяльності: перевірка лексики, граматики, читання та письма.

Може бути використаний вчителями загальноосвітніх шкіл та учнями для самоконтролю.


^ Unit 1. School Life

I.Vocabulary

Match the following words with their definitions

1) a public school (in Britain) a) a school paid by the government

2) a state school b) to come to classes

3) a boarding school c) to get a positive mark at the exam

4) a school-leaving party d) the subjects that pupils choose

5) to fail an exam e) a very expensive private school

6) final school-leaving exams f) to try to answer at an exam

7) to attend classes g) the last school exams

8) to take an exam h) a school where the pupils live as well as study

9) to pass an exam i) the last school party

10) optional subjects j) a pupil who misses classes without a serious reason

11) a truant k) to get a very bad mark at the exam


II. Grammar

Choose the right variant of the main verb: Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous

1. I (not / to see) him for ages.

a) haven't been seeing;

b) haven't seen.

2. What (to happen) to my car?

a) has happen;

b) has been happening.

3. We (to cook) since 12 o'clock.

a) have been cooking;

b) have cooked.

4. They (to build) his house for 2 years.

a) have been building

b) have built.

5. you (not / to read) the article yet?

a) Haven't read.

b) Haven't been reading.

6. Beth (to collect) badges since she left school.

a) has collected;

b) has been collecting.

7. What you ( to translate) up to now?

a) have translated

b) have been translated.

8. I (to fail) my exam because I am so bad at Math.

a) have been failing;

b) have failed.

9. I (to ring) you up all day to ask for help.

a) have rung;

b) have been ringing.

10. I (not / to find) her yet. I (to look) for her for two hours.

a) haven't been finding, have looked;

b) haven't found, have been looking.

III. Reading

Read the following text and do True/False activity after it

I love my school. Actually it is a lyceum near Versaillas in France where pupils study foreign langueges from nursery school right through to the final school – leaving exams. Our pupils ge regular edcation and attend their national sections for six or eight hours a week, when they taught by native speakers the language, literature and history of the country concerned. The school is for the bright. Standards are high and the workload is heavy. Some pupils become fluent in three or four languages and many go to universities abroad.

Decide whether the following statements are true or false:

  1. Only very talanted and hard – working pupils study in lyceum

  2. Pupils can study sevral foreign languages at a time

  3. They don’t have any other subjects besides the languages

  4. This school for clever students

  5. Pupils didn’t want to visit different countries

IV. Writing

Write a short composition

Which things about your school life would you like to remember and to forget?

Unit 2. School Library

  1. Vocabulary

Match the words with their tranlation

  1. a line a) книга в мякій обкладинці

  2. a paragraph b) передмова

  3. a chapter c) назва

  4. a table of contents d) карикатура

  5. a preface e) ілюстрація

  6. a title f) зміст

  7. a caricature g) заголовок

  8. a title page h)рядок

  9. a headline i) розділ

  10. in paper back j)абзац

  11. an illustration k)титульний аркуш

II. Grammar

Put the verbs in brackets into right form of Passive Voice

1. This house (to build) in 1956.

2. A lot of money (to steal) from the bank.

3. This room (to clean) yesterday.

4. Did you go to the party? No, I (not) to (invite).

5. How much money (to steal)?

6. The roof of the building (to damage) in a storm a few days ago.

7. The letter (to post) a week ago and it (to arrive) only yesterday.

8. When he was young, Ron (to bring) up by his grandparents.

9. I (to accuse) of stealing money.

10. I (to offer) the job but I refused it.

III. Reading

Put each of the following words in its correct place in the passage below.


bibliography bookworm reviews illustrations borrow published

1 love books. I love to read. I am a real_________________(1), and I love to visit book shops, just looking briefly at one book after another. I look at the (2), the photos or drawings. I sometimes look at the_________________________(3) at the back, which is a list of other books on the same subject. And I use the library a lot. I (4) two or three books a week. Friends often recommend books to me, and I also read ___________(5) in the newspapers. I don't always agree with them, but anyway they let me know what new books are being_____________(6).

IV. Writing

Write a short composition

Agree or disagree with the following statement. Explain why do you think so in writing form.

Reading takes too much time. Nowadays you can get all the nessesary information from newspapers, TV, radio or the computer.

^ Unit 3. Music

Vocabulary

Match the words with their tranlation

1) tune a) духовий оркестр

2) folk song b) скрипка

3) reggae music с) джазовий оркестр

4) guitar d ) мелодія

5) brass band е) аранжування

6) percussion instruments f) ритм

7) jazz band g) ударні інструменти

8) arrangement h) струнні інструменти

9) violin i) народна пісня

10) string instruments j) музика реггі

11) beat k) гітара

II. Grammar

Choose the right variant of the main verb. Past Continuous or Past Perfect?

1. It (to begin) as a dream but now it was a walking fantasy.

a) had begun;

b) was beginning.

2. I came and saw Dan who (to watch) TV.

a) had watched;

b) was watching.

3. She saw that he (to notice) her.

a) was noticing;

b) had noticed.

4. I (to expect) him at ten, but he didn't come.

a) had expected;

b) was expecting.

5. Some smiling men (to play) the pi ano.

a) were playing;

b) had played.

6. Lewis was happy as he (not / to be) since childhood.

a) Wasn't being;

b) hadn't been.

7. It happened when you (to talk) to your teacher.

a) had talked b) were talking;

8. What he (to dream) remained a fable?

a) was dreaming;

b) had dreamed.

9. He (not/to sleep) for nights.

a) wasn't sleeping ;

b) hadn't slept.

10. Mary and I both ran inside to find out what (to happen).

a) had happened;

b) was happening.

III. Reading

Read the text and do the activity that follow.

“Welcome to the concerts to the Concert Hall! Look through the programme and choose your music!”









Date

Performer

You will hear

June 23d

Las Palomas

This South American group play the traditional tunes and

sing the popular songs of Peru and Bolivia



June 30th

The Bad Bad Boys

Punk music from one of the new waves of punk bands coming out

of California

July 14th

"Elvis Lives!"

He looks like Elvis! He sings like Elvis! Jimmy Wild creates

the great sound of the great rock singer — Elvis Presley

July 21st

Ronnie Sonny

One of the world's great jazz musicians excites you with the

wonderful rhythms of his saxophone

July 23d

An Evening of

Classical Music

The Vienna Orchestra play some of your favourite tunes — the timeless melodies of Mozart. Strauss and Beethoven

July 31st

Jamaica Inn

The West Indian Band plays reggae music that will make you want to get up and dance. Listen and dance to the great reggae beat

August 5th

"Sixties' Nights"

Pop music from the 1960s played by Sam and the Band.

Remember the songs and the sounds of the pop greats —

The Beatles, The Beach Boys and many more

Which type of music do the performers play?



1.

2.

The Bad Bad Boy

Jimmy Wild

2.

Jimmy Wild

3. 3.

Jamaica Inn

4.

Las Palomas

5.

Sam and The Band

6.

The Vienna Orchestra

7.

Ronnie Sonnie

  1. pop music

  2. jazz

  3. punk music

  4. classical music

  5. rock music

  6. reggae

  7. folk music


IV. Writing

Write a short composition

Imagine that you are going to take part in an experiment and will have to spend a month on a desert island. You can take several CD with your favorite music. Which would you choose and why?

Unit 4. Mass Media

I.Vocabulary

Match the words with their definitions

1)an article a) a book that is used to study a school subject

2) an atlas b) a publication that comes out weekly or monthly

3) an encyclopedia c) a reference book with maps of the world

4) a magazine d) a book of word definitions

5) a novel e) a book or set of books giving information about smth

6) a poem f) usually a cheap book in a soft cover

7) a dictionary g) a short piece of writing (usually rhymed)

8) a paperback h) stories, novels and romances

9) a textbook i) a piece of writing in a newspaper

10) a fiction j) a person who is very fond of reading

11) a bookworm k) a story about people who are not real

II. Grammar

Present Perfect Continuous or Past Perfect Continuous?

1. It (to rain) since 2 o'clock.

2. He was very tired when he goto home. He (to work) hard all day.

3. He (to sell) computers for 2 months.

4. My grandfather stopped smoking last year. He (to smoke) for 30 years.

5. We (to wait) for your call all night.

6. The children (to sleep) since they came back home.

7. My cousin (to take) music lessons for five years now.

8. Now long (you/to wait) there?

9. (You /to learn) French a long time?

10. It started raining last Wednesday and it (to rain) ever since.

III. Reading

Photographing animals

Photographer James Warwick visits Kenya and Namibia and has just returned from India. James didn't find photography interesting but on holiday in Africa during university, he decided on his future job.

James has to get up early for most of his African pictures. He takes a few when the sun is going down, but in the afternoon the light is too strong. Being a photographer is a hard work. Some photographers visit different places on one trip, but James prefers to stay in one place and learn all about it.

He has some wonderful pictures of Indian tigers. Once, two tigers ran past him, stopped a meter away from his truck and began to fight. He was too afraid to photograph them. In Namibia one lion came even closer. It went all way around James's truck checking for danger. Then it got up on the back andlooked at him through the window. This was one of James's happiest moments.

James doesn't use his flat in Britain much. He doesn't mind living out of a suitcase, but he sometimes finds life hard without his friends. Money isn't very important for him, but he likes travelling. His pictures make people think about animals in danger, from African elephants to Britain birds. This is what matters most to him.

Looking for details

Choose the right answer.

1. James Warwick's last trip was to:

a) India;

b) Kenya;

c) Namibia.

2. When did James choose to be a photographer?

a) When he was a boy;

b) when he was a university student;

c) when he left university.

3. In Africa, James takes most of his pictures:

a) in the morning;

b) in the afternoon;

c) in the evening.

4. How is James different from some other photographers?

a) He works much harder;

b) he visits more countries;

c) he spends longer in one place.

5. In India why didn't James photograph the two tigers together?

a) They were too far away.

b) It was too dangerous.

c) He was inside his truck.

IV.Writing

Write a short composition

Our life is impossible without TV. Still some people strongly criticized it. What in your opinion can be done to make our TV better?

Unit 5. Great Briain

I.Vocabulary

1) urban а) низовини, низини

2) boundary b) споживчі товари

3) lowlands с) озера

4) consumer goods d) високогір'я

5) density e) ґрунти

6)soils f) сільський

7)deposits g) густота населення

8) lakes h) гирло річки

9) rural і) кордон

10) mouth j) міський

11)highlands k) поклади корисних копалин

II. Grammar

Rewrite the sentenses into reported speech

1.  “My parents are very well.”
She said that ______________________________________________

2.  “I am going to learn to drive.”
He said that _______________________________________________

3.  “John has given up his job.”
Charlie said that ___________________________________________

4.  “I can’t come to the party on Friday.”
Ann told her sister that ______________________________________

5.  “We want to go away for a holiday.”
My friends told me __________________________________________

6.  “I will phone you as soon as possible.”
Jane said to Peter that _______________________________________

7.  “I don’t know what Fred is doing.”
Tom said that ______________________________________________

8.  “Our parents saw Helen at the theatre.”
The children said that ________________________________________

9.  “My father isn’t in London now.”
Mary told us that ____________________________________________

10. “Jackie likes the new gym very much.”
Our cousin said that _________________________________________

III. Reading

^ TYPICAL ENGLISHMAN

Like any other country Britain has its manners and customs as well as reputation.

Foreigners often say that in English trains people never speak to each other. But it

of course is not true.

Not long ago I was travelling to London. In my compartment there were many pas-

sengers and they talked to each other most all the time. They told each other where

they lived, where they were going and, of course, were talking about the weather. As

soon as the train started, a little girl sitting by the window, called out: «We're off!»

I found out that she was going to her aunt's in Cheswick. «It's somewhere near the

Thames, but I don't know exactly where», the girl said. «Shall we be passing anywhere

near it?» «Cheswick? It's easy to find. You can get to it on the Tube. I'll show you

where to go when we arrive», I told her. «Goodness! How fast the train is going!» said

an old lady. «Do they go so fast in snowy weather and at night?» Her neighbour smiled,

took out a book and began to read. Here was a typical Englishman: during the whole

journey he didn't say a single word. But as we arrived in London, he got up and turn-

ing to the lady said with the strong accent: «Excuse me, I do not understand English.

I'm from Poland».

1. Read the text and mark the following statements as «True» or «False».

1) Foreigners often say that English people never speak to each other.


2) The passengers in the author's compartment didn't talk to each other.


3) The little girl called out: «We're off!» as soon as the train started.


4) The girl was going to visit her aunt.


5) The old lady's neighbour was a typical Englishman.


6) The man who didn't say a word was from Portugal.

IV. Writing

Write a short composition

Which of places of interests would you like to visit? Describe you favorite sighseeing of Great Britain.

Unit 6. Have a good time

Vocabulary

Match the parts of the word combinations.

get parents

brush the dog

walk teeth

help homework

catch up

meet the school bus

do friends


Grammar

Put the verbs into Passive Voice (Present) forms.

1. How this word (to pronounce)?

2. How many babies (to bear) every day?

3. Cheese (to make) from milk.

4. There's no need to leave a tip, serv ice (to include) in the bill.

5. A cinema is a place where films (to show).

6. Most of the Earth's surface (to cov er) by water.

7. The park gates (to lock) at 6.30 p. m. every evening.

8. This company (to own) by a much larger company.

9. They have postponed the concert. The concert (to postpone).

10. My car has disappeared (it to steal).

Reading

Visit the Edinburgh Festival

Every year thousands of people come to Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, to be the part of the Edinburgh festival. For three weeks every August and September the city is filled with actors and artists from all over the world. They come to Edinburgh for the biggest art festival in Britain. During this time the streets of the city are alive with music and dance from early in the morning until late at night. You can see even artists painting pictures on the streets!

Tens of thousands of tourists come to the festival to see new films and plays and to hear music played by famous musicians. This year you can see over five hundred performances with actors from more than forty countries.

The tickets for these performances are quite cheap and it is usually easier to see your favourite star in Edinburgh than it is in London. So come to Edinburgh next summer!

Looking for details

True, False or Don't Know?



Sentence

True

False

Don't know

1) Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland










2) The Edinburgh festival is a month long










3) Edinburgh festival is in October










4) Actors come to the Edinburgh from lots of

different countries










5) You can hear music all day










6) More than ten thousand of tourists come to

the Edinburgh festival every year










7) It is expensive to go to the theatre in Edin-

burgh










8) It is usually easier to see your favourite

star in London than in Edinburgh










Writing

Write a short composition

Viewing historic places and viewing great worksof art makes us better people. Agree or disagree with that statement.


Keys

Unit1

  1. 1e, 2a,3h, 4i, 5k, 6g, 7b, 8f, 9c, 10d, 11j

  2. 1b, 2a, 3a, 4a, 5a, 6a,7b, 8b, 9b, 10b.

  3. T, T, F, T, F.

Unit 2

1. 1h, 2j, 3i, 4f, 5b, 6c, 7d, 8k, 9g, 10a, 11e.

3. bookworm, 2illustration, 3bibliography, 4borrow, 5rewiews, 6published.

Unit 3

  1. 1d, 2 I, 3j,4k, 567c,8e, 9b, 10 11f

  2. 1a, 2b, 3a, 4a, 5a, 6b,7b, 8a, 9a, 10b.

  3. 1c, 2e, 3f, 4g, 5a, 6d, 7b.

Unit4

  1. 1i,2c, 3e, 4b, 5k, 6g, 7d, 8f, 9a, 10h, 11j.

  2. 1a, 2b, 3a, 4c, 5b.

Unit 5

  1. 1j, 2i, 3a, 4b, 5g, 6e, 7k, 8c, 9f, 10h, 11d.

3.1F, 2F, 3T, 4T, 5F.

Unit 6

  1. get up, brush teeth, walk the dog, help parents, meet friends, catch school bus, do homework.

3. 1T, 2F, 3F, 4T, 5T, 6T, 7F, 8T.





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